AccuSource offers a full spectrum of Occupational Health Screening Services designed to help control workplace illnesses and injuries, and reign in related expenditures
Ensuring and maintaining a healthy workplace environment not only contributes to increased productivity and decreased absenteeism, it also reduces organizational healthcare costs. AccuSource is dedicated to helping companies create and maintain personalized, comprehensive
AccuSource’s Occupational Medical Screening Services:
- Adhere to health and safety legislation, such as OSHA
- Partner with experienced medical professionals nationwide
- Include preventative care solutions which improve employee attendance rates
- Help reduce long-term
Occupational Health & Medical Screening Services
Communicable Disease Titers
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis B
Additional Medical Tests
- Lift test
- Back exam
- Eye exam
- Hearing test
- Respirator fit test
- TB test
- Blood draw
Frequently Asked Questions
What is occupational medicine?
Occupational Medicine is a specialty medical practice concerned with the health, safety and performance of workers. Occupational medicine professionals have expertise in determining the ability of employees to perform work, the arrangements of work, the physical, chemical and biological environments of the workplace, and the health outcomes of environmental exposures. Using this expertise, occupational medicine providers offer a full spectrum of services aimed at keeping employees healthy and safe at work. This might include employment physical examinations, medical surveillance, drug and alcohol testing, MRO services, injury care, DOT examinations and more.
Why is occupational medicine important to a company’s bottom line?
Healthy workers are more productive, and work-related injuries can be very expensive. The direct cost of injuries, such as the cost of medical care, can be small when compared to the indirect costs associated with workplace disruption, lost productivity, lost work days, retraining and so on. When an injury does occur, it needs to be managed well in order to return the injured worker to a state of health and productivity as soon as possible. An occupational medicine provider will work with employee, the employer, the workers’ compensation insurer and the medical system in order to help the injured worker regain functional abilities and return to work as quickly as possible.
Where can I learn more about government agency testing guidelines?
Use the links below to learn more about each agency’s occupational health testing requirements:
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